Close Encounter with Oliver Stone

Animée par Marc Godin


Fif­teen years after join­ing us with his film World Trade Cen­ter, the Deauville Amer­i­can Film Fes­ti­val cel­e­brates its reunion with Amer­i­can direc­tor and screen­writer Oliv­er Stone. Born in 1946 in New York, he has been known through­out the world since the 1970s for his body of work and its numer­ous awards, notably the Oscar for Best Adapt­ed Screen­play for Mid­night Express, direct­ed by Alan Park­er (1978), and two Oscars for Best Direc­tor for Pla­toon (1986) and for Born on the Fourth of July (1989).

On the occa­sion of the pre­sen­ta­tion of JFK Revis­it­ed: Through the Look­ing Glass, Oliv­er Stone’s most recent doc­u­men­tary, which echoes his fea­ture film JFK (1991) and in which he opens the declas­si­fied files on Pres­i­dent Kennedy’s assas­si­na­tion, fes­ti­val-goers will be able to engage with this film­mak­er and myth­i­cal fig­ure of Amer­i­can film dur­ing a pub­lic con­ver­sa­tion tak­ing place Sat­ur­day, Sep­tem­ber 4th at 4:30pm in the Lex­ing­ton Auditorium.


Con­di­tions for par­tic­i­pa­tion: com­plete

Saturday 4th september 16h30 C.I.D

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Join us to fol­low the com­pe­ti­tion and meet the guest tal­ents of the Festival!


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